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Human Rights Watch Report on Sept. 28th Massacre

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TONIGHT, 7pm – 10pm ET – Special September 28 Radio Show

Alliance Guinea, Radio Guinée USA, the Jacques Roger Show and journalist Nassirou Diallo are together hosting a community radio show commemorating 9/28: 1958′s promise, 2009′s tragedy, and beyond. We invite ALL Guineans and friends of Guinea to join us for this discussion. To participate, dial +1 (209) 647-1600, access code: 67-21-37. [Continue]

Alliance Guinea Hails the Successful Conclusion of Guinea’s Elections, Calls for Long-term Commitment to both Democracy and Justice

New York and Conakry—Alliance Guinea, an international non-partisan group for justice and democracy in Guinea, celebrates with all Guineans the Supreme Court’s proclamation of definitive results of the presidential run-off election held on November 7. We congratulate both candidates, Alpha Condé and Cellou Dalein Diallo, for their impressive [Continue]

Alliance Guinea’s Statement on the Guinean Elections, Post-Election Violence and Banning of SMS Communications

Alliance Guinea, a non-governmental organization for human rights and democracy in Guinea with more than 1500 members around the world, commends the Guinean people’s largely peaceful presidential run-off elections on November 7.  The vast majority of Guineans chose to support their country with dignity by voting peacefully.  Thousands of [Continue]

September 28: A Community Reflection

Join Alliance Guinea, Columbia University’s Institute for African Studies and key representatives of the Guinean diaspora in the New York area for an evening of commemoration and reflection about September 28 – the day Guinea declared itself independent from the French in 1958 and the day one year ago when hundreds of peaceful [Continue]

US State Department – NGO discussion on Guinea: Guarded optimism

US State Department – NGO discussion on Guinea: Guarded optimism

At the March 5 State Department briefing led by Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs William Fitzgerald, members of Alliance Guinea joined with a couple dozen representatives of American and US-based Guinean NGOs for an off-the-record discussion on the current situation in Guinea. The general feeling is that the current climate is much [Continue]

Briefing at the State Department Friday March 5: Have your comments and questions heard

We have been invited by the State Department to a the second special briefing for representatives of NGOs on the current situation in Guinea. The Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of African Affairs, William Fitzgerald, will discuss ways that the United States can help facilitate the establishment of a democratically-elected government, [Continue]

Parallel governments in Guinea: Will this lead to real change?

A new transitional government has been formed in Guinea. The Prime Minister Jean Mary Dore and his cabinet members will lead the country through this difficult phase. Soon after the announcement of Mr. Dore’s government (list of ministers available here), President Sekouba Konate published the list of his own cabinet, endowed with important [Continue]